Ta Dung Lake in Vietnam’s Central Highlands offers mesmerizing camping given its charming emerald hue, dotted with forest-green islands.
The Vietnam Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched a web page to boost sustainable tourism in the country.
Some domestic flights to Da Nang resumed on Monday after over a month’s suspension following the resurgence of Covid-19 in the city.
Compared to preceding generations, millennials are influential in the emergence of new technologies, new experiences and new travel styles, according to a report from Outbox Consulting, which specialises in tourism and hospitality in Vietnam.
Vietnam boasts many impressive tourist destinations, of which Phu Quoc island, Sa pa tourist resort, Can Tho city, Hoi An ancient town, and Da Nang city are worth visiting and gaining experience.
With Vietnam’s new Covid-19 outbreak contained, some localities have allowed beaches and entertainment services to reopen though anti-pandemic measures remain in place.
Foreigners who entered Vietnam from March 1 can have their temporary stay permits automatically extended for another month until September 30, the Immigration Department announced on August 31.
The number of foreign tourists to Vietnam reached only 3.8 million in the first eight months of 2020, down by 66.6% compared to the figure of 11.3 million recorded in the same period last year, as the COVID-19 pandemic greatly impacted travel.
People nationwide will enjoy a one-day holiday on September 2 to celebrate the country’s National Day and safe holidays are the order of the day amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam served nearly 3.8 million international visitors in the first eight months of this year, a decrease of nearly 67% compared to the same period last year.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), along with the Vietnam Tourism Advisory Board (TAB), and Swiss Sustainable Tourism Programme (SSTP), have joined forces to launch a new ‘Green Travel’ section on the national tourism website www.vietnam.travel/sustainability.
The Prime Minister has asked the Ministry of Transport to examine the possibility of resuming commercial flights to Japan and the Republic of Korea as soon as conditions allow.
Vietnam’s tourism market had not fully recovered from the first wave of COVID-19 before the second outbreak then erupted and hit tour guides hard, especially freelance guides.
Hanoi plans to provide free Wi-Fi at all tourist sites in four districts and one town in the city.
The UNESCO Programme and External Relations Commission of the 209th Executive Board recently recognised Dak Nong Geopark in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong as a Global Geopark.
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) is making preparations for a recovery of the tourism market amid a new COVID-19 outbreak.